The District Attorney of San Mateo County is moving forward in the case of the iPhone 4 prototype we posted about last year. Fortunately, nobody from our team is being charged.
Earlier there was worry that Apple's freaky "pentalobe security screws" would prevent us from opening up our iPhones. Turns out that we're only $2.35 (plus shipping!) away from tampering with our gadgets again thanks to a wholesaler.
In case you'd gotten excited when the whispers about the white iPhone 4 started again today, there's some bad news. Apple has put out a statement clarifying that the highly desired gadget won't be available until Spring 2011:
After figuring out how to use the iPhone 4's FaceTime feature over 3G, the obvious question was how much data does it use? According to a brief test by 9to5Mac, about three megabytes a minute.
The Little Black Book iPhone 4 case has every little bit of that romantic, old-fashioned feel that you might adore about a Moleskine notebook. But at the same time, it'll keep your iPhone 4 safe and somewhat disguised.
Having exhausted my iPhone 4 friend pool with the requisite HEY-check-out-my-office/bedroom FaceTime calls, I basically haven't used the feature at all in weeks. Dave Lanham, an artist who's doing caricatures over FaceTime for $50, will be my next call.
Apparently Apple has invited a handful of folks to a very special press conference scheduled for this Friday. The only bit of information available is that the event is about the iPhone 4.
The iChatr iPhone app is as exciting as it is terrifying. Why? Because it's basically Chatroulette for your iPhone.
Looks like the iPhone 4 has already gotten the jailbreak treatment. There are images floating around showing a proper jailbreak using a new version of the Spirit tool which should be publicly released next week. Updated.